Difference between revisions of "Bruno Augustin"

From Rocklopedia Fakebandica
Jump to navigationJump to search
 
Line 8: Line 8:
  
 
[[Category:1952|Augustin, Bruno]]
 
[[Category:1952|Augustin, Bruno]]
[[Category:Comic books|Augustin, Bruno]]
+
[[Category:Charlton Comics|Augustin, Bruno]]
 
[[Category:Fictional classical pianists|Augustin, Bruno]]
 
[[Category:Fictional classical pianists|Augustin, Bruno]]

Latest revision as of 09:52, 14 October 2020

Augustin Bruno The Thing.png

Older classical pianist prone to ascots and engaged to younger Cleo Maury in the "Melody of Horror" story of Charlton horror comic book The Thing #5 (Oct-Nov 1952). He can crack glass via sympathetic vibration with his piano playing.

Jealous Jim Shervin, who gets to hang around for some inexplicable reason, gets angry and rigs a pistol with a hair trigger in Augustin's studio. Augustin's playing sets it off, killing him. His death is ruled a suicide, and Shervin starts wooing Maury. When they get engaged, Maury starts seeing Augustin's vengeful ghost. Finally, the ghost plays a tune and uses the sympathetic vibration trick to make a giant chandelier fall and kill Shervin, who confesses to the murder just before he dies.


External Links